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Valley Park Leisure Complex, 21 Hesterman Way, Croydon CR0 4YA, UK – 0345 308 4620
I have been attending the Purley branch of Vue cinema for a number of years and I enjoy my experience there every time. A nice and laid back atmosphere. The dim lighting within the cinema gives a mellow feel. As you would imagine like in most cinemas, the snacks are a bit on the pricey side of things but other than that, I like.
Decent multiplex with all the usual facilities and food/drink on the doorstep. Good for late showings. Ample parking.
47-49 Streatham High Rd, London SW16 1PW, UK – 0333 014 4501
Friendly staff a big plus. Tends to have a good range of films at any one time. Seats comfortable enough and decent leg room (which is handy for me as I am six foot). Gets very busy on bank holidays especially if the weather isn't good. All in all a good local cinema.
I watched the Back Panther here the last time I was here. I bought my tickets through Taste Card for which we were placed in the 'VIP' area where you get a specific seat. People are dodgy, but I didn't have to fight with the boys who were sitting on my seats. Children were dancing in front of the screen by the end credits of the movie. The cheesy nachos are fabulous, the price-value is just perfect. I easily recommend the place for a good movie, but stick to the numbered seats of you can.
93 The Broadway, Wimbledon, London SW19 1QG, UK – 0844 871 7646
Do you remember that episode of the IT Crowd where they go see the musical called GAY? Well, it was filmed here. We went to see the dance production of Cinderella and got the cheap seats on the back row. It states clearly on the website that there is a restricted view and I wanted to clarify how restricted. You miss out on the top third of the whole stage. We managed to move about 8 rows forward at the interval and it did help with the view but remembering the difference in cost between the two seats when purchasing, stick with the cheapest.
This theatre has a great atmosphere, and even the furthest seats still have great views of the performers on stage. There are so many great shows that have been on here. The refreshments are quite expensive but that is to be expected in theatres and cinemas. There could be more choice for refreshments though. I went to see Sister Act here a couple of years ago and it was absolutely spectacular!
Watermill Way, London SW19 2RD, UK – 020 8542 5511
Had a children's party here which was great fun. Kids loved it and the cast were fantastic. Good fun! Entertainer from the cast was great and managed to handle 26 kids!
Thoroughly recommended if you have young kids and want a reasonably priced theatre experience.
240 The Broadway, Wimbledon, London SW19 1SB, UK – 020 8543 4888
We has a lovely time and my 8 year old son with special needs enjoy the show as well. Definitely visit again.
Best children's theatre. My daughter used to attend drama class - about three years. Saturday talk used to be amazing - not sure how they are now. Cafe serve great coffee and setting is very cute.
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